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The conventional measurements have grown less usable, however, with more advanced welding processes that produce rapidly changing outputs, such as short arc and pulse modes.
Once picked, even with the best of handling, produce rapidly loses its nutrient value.
Cornelius Ough and Maynard Amerine at Davis showed that a good quality submerged flor could be produce rapidly in pressure vessels and recommended a semicontinuous process where part of the finished flor was removed periodically and replaced with new material.
For example, a new generation of liquid crystal video displays charged with AI-coordinated electrical currents produce rapidly alternating, oppositely polarized images that, when viewed through special polarized glasses, appear completely three-dimensional and are much easier to interpret than conventional "layered," two-dimensional views.